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Mount Evans
Mount Evans is the 14th highest mountain in Colorado. Towering at 14,264 feet, it dominates the Front Range skyline to the west of Denver. It is named after Colorado's second territorial governor, John Evans. You can drive your car up this mountain on the highest paved road in North America. The summit is just 30 feet (in elevation) from the parking lot at the top. Please click on the thumbnails to view larger pictures.


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